Emaar signs Address Harbour Point hotel at Dubai Creek Harbour

The 202-key Address Harbour Point is part of a 1.4 million sq ft development that will also feature Address Residences Harbour Point

A render of Address Harbour Point.
A render of Address Harbour Point.

Emaar Hospitality Group has revealed a new hotel project in Dubai titled Address Harbour Point located in the heart of Dubai Creek Harbour. This is the third project announced in Dubai in the recent weeks.

Address Harbour Point is operated by Address Hotels + Resorts, which has several Address projects under development in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Turkey and Maldives.

The 202-key Address Harbour Point is part of a 1.4 million sq ft development that will also feature Address Residences Harbour Point, as well as a range of food & beverage outlets and retail choices.

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Serving as a gateway to the mega-development, Address Harbour Point comprises two towers, 65 and 53 storeys each, which are located next to Creek Heights, a collection of luxury waterfront homes. Address Residences Harbour Point will offer a choice of 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes and an exclusive ‘Sky Collection’ of 4- and 5-bedroom penthouses on the upper levels.

It will have direct views of Dubai Creek Tower, the observation tower designed by Santiago Calatrava as well as the Dubai Creek waterfront, Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary protected by the UNESCO Ramsar Convention and the Downtown Dubai skyline. A glass pedestrian bridge connecting the two towers also offers vantage viewing points of Dubai Creek Harbour and beyond.

Olivier Harnisch, chief executive officer of Emaar Hospitality Group, said: “Dubai Creek Harbour is a smart city of the future, and with Dubai Creek Tower, the iconic observation deck at its heart, the mega-development is billed to be a popular tourist and lifestyle destination. Address Harbour Point will be a remarkable addition to the mega-development and to Dubai’s hospitality sector, offering the premium luxury experience associated with the Address brand. The project stands out for its design, waterfront location, fascinating views and wide range of amenities that will add value to guests and residents.”

Address Harbour Point is located at the intersection of two main pedestrian thoroughfares in the mega-development – a waterfront promenade and a public artery that connects the entire development. 

Emaar Hospitality Group now has 11 operational hotels and three serviced residences in Dubai under Address Hotels + Resorts; Vida Hotels and Resorts, the upscale lifestyle hotel and residences brand; and Rove Hotels, a contemporary midscale hotel and residences brand.

 

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Emaar Dubai's CEO Olivier Harnisch has enjoyed a busy five months since his appointment. He's number 13 on our Power 50. Address Hotels + Resorts Vida Hotels and Resorts Rove Hotels

Posted by HotelierMiddleEast on Tuesday, September 5, 2017

 

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